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Christian CLOT

Christian CLOT

Founding President of Human Adaptation Institute

Member of the DEEP TIME mission

Melusine MALLENDER

Melusine MALLENDER

Image & Parity Director

Member of the DEEP TIME mission

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How long does DEEP TIME shipping take?

The expedition led by Human Adaptation Institute and titled DEEP TIME lasts 40 days from 06 March until 17 April 2021. 

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What are the protocol conditions of the mission?

The mission is carried out in a real situation, on the ground (Grotte de Lombrives, have the main entrance is located in the town ofUssat, three kilometers south of Tarascon-sur-Ariege in the department ofAriège, in France), exclusively with humans (no animal is part of the Adaptation Institute's research) and under strict parity conditions.

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What are the protocol conditions of the mission?

The mission is carried out in a real situation, on the ground (Grotte de Lombrives, have the main entrance is located in the town ofUssat, three kilometers south of Tarascon-sur-Ariege in the department ofAriège, in France), exclusively with humans (no animal is part of the Adaptation Institute's research) and under strict parity conditions.

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What is the purpose of the mission?

During an exceptional period of 40 days underground, a team of researchers and explorers, as well as people from civil society, lead an expedition to learn the links between our brains and time as well as the relationship of synchronicity to within a group. This is a fundamental need for our future, particularly in the area of ​​understanding our adaptive patterns when moments of anomie such as confinements occur in society. Beyond the aspect of the current crisis due to Covid-19, this mission is also an opening on the next space projects, while including the sphere of geostrategy, Defense, as well as the business community (all combined). This global project calls for the senses and our understanding, especially with regard to the deprivation of a fundamental good for our mind: the normalized perception of Time.   

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What will happen to the data collected in the field?

With the expertise of renowned partner laboratories, the data collected in the field is analyzed after field operations.

Indeed, our explorations make it possible to reinforce an essential point in the dynamics of the deepening of scientific fields, just as we wish to animate thea networking of researchers, laboratories and specialized institutions. Thus, thanks to this synergy and the development of a vast body of knowledge, both physical and digital, we can assess the major contemporary changes and return to the sources of the human being. In this momentum, the sharing of scientific data appears to be the condition sine qua non of the evolution of our knowledge. The pooling of multidisciplinary expertise and the sharing of resources (instruments, data, etc.) forge essential links in order to understand our future. 

The production of knowledge drawn from the explorations gives rise to the publication of articles, books, and other materials which raise awareness of a need to change our paradigms for the future, schematically. Our studies, which result from our observations, tend to apprehend global and human mutations, starting from empirical approaches. Any exploration has, ultimately, underlying political and ethical dimensions, while showing the differentiated treatments between experimental approaches, such as DEEP TIME, or situations more related to academic methods. An exploration is above all the desire to go beyond something existing and to share, for the benefit of the great history of humanity. 

The work done is obvious a posteriori of the exploratory adventure, and should inspire other researchers to tackle the themes mentioned. We invite analysts, scientists, explorers to develop the presuppositions that we advance. Materially, it is a question, moreover, of situating the analysis on the practices of conception and development of these socio-technical innovations in order to grasp in action, and not when they are stabilized, the causes which generate them. There is a desire to develop the data after their report, while following a pre-established logic of reporting the preliminary results of scientific empirical research until the consecration of a truth accepted by the scientific community.

The analyzes are thus illustrated through reports of observations, documents, prototypes, offering verbatims which will forge, on their own scale, the foundations of tomorrow's science, both holistic and more transdisciplinary.

Likewise, data collection is closely linked to the idea of instrumentation publication and sharing activities, in particular through digital technical infrastructures: these are the new reflexes to be taken by consensus in the NICT era. Between knowledge and technology, Human Adaptation Institute always publishes the results of its research, like the last very contextual study: COVADAPT. 

We also believe in the reorientation of scientists' gaze on their research data, which can be drawn in the form of codified, standardized descriptions, and possibly devoid of their status of individual property for the benefit of that of the common good.

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